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CHOMP by Christoph Niemann
© 2016 Fox and Sheep GmbH

CTR Review
buckleit
01/27/2016
Rating: 96%
Ease of Use
10/10
Educational
9/10
Entertaining
10/10
Design Features
9/10
Value
10/10
Total:
96%
Reviewed using the Standard Rubric
For ages 3-12
For grades P, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
$2.99, iPad, iPhone, Android, 37.5 MB
Teaches: creativity, using the camera, cartoons
Tagged for: Camera, All Time Best, Classic, Art, Creativity, BRDP, WOSU, Music, Social, coop, Augmented Reality, Road Trip, ECE
From the brain of New York Times illustrator Christoph Niemann (see also the app "Petting Zoo") comes a powerful, easy to use video creativity experience that combines hand-drawn animations with realtime video. If you're familiar with JibJab, you get the idea; only with moving video, music, and extremely well done sketches.

Content includes 53 spring-loaded gags that you can try out simply by swiping. There's also a table of contents option. Each skit contains a cutout for you to work with. You can turn your face into a balloon that gets larger or smaller as you tap the screen to control an air pump, or see your face superimposed onto a classic pianist. Unlike Petting Zoo, you don't directly control the animations, and there is no linkage between the different skits. We tested this app with both children and dogs, and found it to be Each skit has well-designed associated music. Projects can be exported as short videos to your photo library.
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